Bernie Worrell: His Funksters Allstars
May 2nd, 2003
New Orleans, LA @ Mama's Blues
"The Spanish Armada" - Multi Track Super Rig:
AKG C414 B-TL II - Omni > Lunatec V3 > AD2K+ > SPDIF > RME Multiface
SBD 8 Channels Direct > RME Multiface > RME Cardbus into Toshiba Protege 3440CT > Vegas 3.0
AKG C414 B-TL II - Omni > ORTF Split 12' on stage 24" in and 16" up.
Placed in front of the monitiors.
Recorded by "Super Dave" Haaf, Assisted by Bruce Burnett.
Samplitude Studio V6 (Mixdown, Downsample, Normalization) >
CD Wave > Soundforge V6.0 > mkwACT > SHN > CDR > EAC > FLAC
Remastered "Super Dave" Haaf - email@example.com
Head>>Fake (Doug Wimbish & Will Calhoun):
2. Drum & Bass Improv (inc. teases of "Ghetto" by Mos Def's Black Jack Johnson Project)
Bernie Worrell & Leo Nocentelli enter:
4. Improv Intro
5. The Hype and The Hoopla
6. Cissy Strut
7. You've Got To Change (You've Got To Reform)
8. Up For The Downstroke (ft. Doug Duffey)
2. Red Hot Mama
Bernie Worrell - organ, keys (Parliament Funkadelic)
Leo Nocentelli - guitar (The [original] Meters)
Doug Wimbish - bass (Living Colour)
Will Calhoun - drums (Living Colour)
Doug Duffey - vocals (co-writer of "One Nation Under A Groove")
Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz from Talking Heads were present. During Red Hot Mama, Tina & Bernie hug and then he tries to announce her to the crowd and she starts running off. She came back and starting dancing on his bench.
Notes: This group later played 2 gigs during the 2008 Jazz Fest billed as "Leo Nocentelli's Rare Funk Gathering". They played the festival and also Tipitina's during the 1st weekend of fest.
Collection BernieWorrellBand/Artist Bernie WorrellDate May 2, 2003Venue Mama's Blues